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For the latest from the markets we're joined by Belinda Stanley of Craigs Investment Partners. Audio
Commercial property developer, Precinct Properties, says strong rental income and demand is boosting earnings even though property revaluation gains are slowing. Audio
A major spike in profit isn't enough to lift the jeweller, Michael Hill International, out of the retail doldrums. Audio
The pay TV operator Sky Network Television is taking its sports strategy global, as it buys an international rugby streaming website for 40-million-US-dollars. Audio
The manufacturing sector contracted in July in what is the first monthly decline in seven years. Audio
The jewellery retailer's result is up $15.8m on the previous year.
The pay television operator is purchasing RugbyPass for $US40m.
The work practices and ethos of online selling giant - Amazon has been attracting criticism from many quarters for years now. Author and Bloomberg News technology editor, Brad Stone's previous book… Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
Financial markets have got into a pickle about an inverted yield curve .. but what is it and should I be worried? Here's our business reporter, Nona Pelletier, with the answer. Audio
Economists went into panic mode today over the 'inverted yield curve' - RNZ Business editor Gyles Beckford explains what it is and why they're worried.
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
In today's business news - Heartland Bank posts a $73.6m profit and SkyCity has applied to liquidate a Chinese-based theatre production company.
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Andrew Cathie at Craigs Investment Partners. Audio
The tax department's move to impose tax on wages paid in cryptocurrency, isn't expected to encourage other regulators to recognise Bitcoin. Audio
Financial services company, Heartland Bank, has reported a solid lift in its full-year profit driven by increased lending. Audio
Technology commentator Mark Pesce reports on why it's taking longer than expected to deliver on driver-less cars. Driving, as it turns out, is a very human problem. Audio